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Busting Someone Out Of The Clink With A Bail Bond

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Trying to get someone out of jail? If bail has been set by the magistrate or judge, you may find yourself unable to come up with the secured amount. A bail bondsman can help by posting the bail, almost like obtaining a loan. Before you visit these bondsmen, however, there are a few things about posting bail that you need to know: Before you visit a bondsman, know the following about posting bail bonds: Read More»

Five Things You Should Be Aware Of When Getting An Immigration Bond Back

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An immigration bond that must be posted in order for an individual to be released from immigration custody should be returned at the end of the immigration inquiry. However, the “obligor” who posts the bond for the individual under scrutiny will have to go through a few steps to get the funds back. It’s important that an obligor is aware of the following five things to get immigration bond funds back:  Read More»

Three Key Questions To Ask After A Car Accident

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Reaching out to a personal injury lawyer with automobile accident experience isn’t going to be the first thing on your mind after a car accident. But if the car accident resulted in expensive medical and auto repair bills, you may need that lawyer. The lawyer is going to need you to be able to answer three key questions involving who caused the accident, if any witnesses are available, and how much money you are looking to win. Read More»

A Guide To Bail Collateral Types

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If you need a bail bonds company to loan you money in order to post bail, then you will likely be asked to provide some form of collateral. There are several different options available depending on what kind of assets you have. Here are some typical options to look for.  House Your house is a typical bail collateral item. What happens is the court places a lien on the home and if you don’t appear in court, the house may go into repossession. Read More»

Questions To Ask Yourself Before An Exhibition Of Speed Trial

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If you are being charged with an exhibition of speed, know that there are many possible ways to argue against this charge. Here are some questions to ask yourself when arguing against exhibition of speed.  Did You Exceed the Speed Limit? The first question to ask is whether you exceeded the speed limit in a major way. If you did, then you may have a criminal traffic violation charge regardless of whether it was an exhibition of speed or not. Read More»

3 Criteria To Consider When Choosing An Executor

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When planning your will, much of your time will be spent considering what to give to whom. You might also spend a great deal of effort researching the best way to give your possessions to your heirs so that your estate is taxed as little as possible. With such weighty matters, selecting someone to be the executor of your estate might seem insignificant. Choosing an executor is extremely important because they’ll be tasked with making sure everything stated in your will is honored in a timely fashion. Read More»

Don't Miss These 10 Signs That You May Need A Workers' Comp Lawyer

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You expect your employer’s workers’ compensation insurance to cover your injury claims, but sometimes claims are held up or denied. You are likely counting on this compensation to pay your medical expenses and to pay a portion of your salary while you recuperate, so when issues arise it can be difficult to deal with the fallout. Read on to learn the 10 warning signs that you may need some additional legal support to get your claim approved. Read More»

Time For A Divorce: 4 Tips For Dealing With Marital Debts

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If you and your spouse have agreed to a divorce, there are some other things you’ll have to agree on, as well. Issues such as child custody, marital asset division and spousal support that take a lot of time to arrange. One issue that you might not have thought about is the division of debt. However, the division of marital debt is just as important as all the other issues listed above. Read More»

Laws To Be Familiar With When Filing An Auto Accident Lawsuit In Connecticut

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If you were in a car crash recently, then you might be dealing with some financial problems. However, you do have the opportunity to file a lawsuit, assuming that you meet several important criteria. This requirements can vary from state to state, which means that you will need to learn about those that apply in your current state. To help you out with that, here are some of the laws that will affect your potential accident lawsuit in Connecticut: Read More»

3 Commonly Asked Questions About A DUI

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A DUI charge can be a difficult experience to go through and process. No doubt, you probably have many questions about the process of receiving a DUI and what occurs in the aftermath. Throughout the course of this brief guide, you will learn the answers to a few commonly asked questions about DUIs. Should You Hire A Lawyer? The short answer to this question is: yes. However, considering the specificity of this incident, it pays to have an attorney that is just as specific. Read More»